by RUSH recorded in Dallas 2013. Another video preview of their new DVD release Clockwork Angels Tour.
This is one of those times, when the "live" version is much better than the "studio" version!
A very important event is on tonight on The Military Channel and simulcast on YouTube, called The Homeward Bound telethon. It's dedicated to all our veterans, but especially the ones suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries. The stars have come out tonight to help them. You can make your donation here:
www.homewardboundtelethon.org. Or call 855-824-7873, or text "VETERAN" to 41444.
I'm not really a emotional guy, but when it comes to our national heroes, the men and women in our US military, I get out of sorts. The stories they tell are mindblowing, and I can't imagine myself in some of the situations they describe. Most of them are just kids to me. Let's help them out!
Very powerful song and video....one of my favorites.
Hope the Indy 500 is more of the same!!!
by LIVING COLOUR, recorded live on Letterman 1993
April 18, 2013
Video is of amateur quality, but still good.
Induction speech by Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins.
Acceptance speech by RUSH.
by the SOUND CITY PLAYERS
WOW! As recorded on 02/15/13. TURN UP THE VOLUME!
Unbelievably excellent rendition of RUSH's 1974 classic, Anthem, from the Fly By Night album. ANTHRAX absolutely brings the tune to a whole new level. A "must listen" by all RUSH and ANTHRAX fans! A quote from drummer Charlie Benante...
"When I was first learning to play drums, I would strap on my headphones, play along with [Rush's live album All the World's a Stage] and be transformed," Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante tells Rolling Stone. "I remember talking with Cliff [Burton] and Kirk [Hammett of Metallica] back when we first met, and we all agreed how much of an influence Rush was on all of us. I don't [know] if you would hear anything that sounds like Rush in Anthrax's music, but the passion, the drive, the musicianship and the appreciation is all there."